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Hawker's first jet [article] : the Sea Hawk marked a number of radical changes for Hawker, but proved to be a remarkably well-designed aircraft / Derek James.

by James, Derek.

Source: Aeroplane. - Vol.30, no.9 (Sep.), p.57-60.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2002Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.7:93 AEROPLANE] (1).

Royal Navy service [article] : despite Admiralty reservations about the introduction of the straight-winged Sea Hawk, the type remained in Royal Navy service for more than 15 years / Derek James.

by James, Derek.

Source: Aeroplane. - Vol.30, no.9 (Sep.), p.61-64.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2002Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.7:93 AEROPLANE] (1).

Flying the Sea Hawk [article] / George Black.

by Black, George.

Source: Aeroplane. - Vol.30, no.9 (Sep.), p.67-69.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2002Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.7:93 AEROPLANE] (1).

The Boeing P-26 Peashooter [article] : the first all-metal U.S. army fighter aircraft / George A. Larson.

by Larson, George A.

Source: AAHS journal. - Vol.47, no.2, p.116-122.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2002Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.7:93 AAHS] (1).

The world's fastest piston-engine airplanes [article] / Robert W. Kempel.

by Kempel, Robert W.

Source: AAHS journal. - Vol.47, no.2, p.141-150.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2002Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.7:93 AAHS] (1).

A Waco's happy ending [article] / by Joshua Stoff.

by Stoff, Joshua.

Source: Air & space: Smithsonian. - Vol.17, no.3 (Aug./Sept.), p.52-58.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2002Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.7 AIR] (1).

Database, Hawker P.1127 & Kestrel [article] : in November 1960 the first untethered vertical take-off by the radical Hawker P.1127 was made at Dunsfold in Surrey, opening a new era in aircraft technology and design / Henry Matthews traces the genesis and development of Hawker's most ambitious project - a jet fighter capable of operating from nothing more than a hole in the woods.

by Matthews, Henry.

Source: Aeroplane. - Vol.30, no.1 (Jan.), p.57-68.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2002Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.7:93 AEROPLANE] (1).

The aircraft of the Shell Oil Company in the 1930s (part of Project Oilwings) / compiled by Al Hansen.

by Hansen, Al.

Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2002Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.7:93 AAHS] (1).

Development of the "straight-through" turbojet engine [article] / by Peter Berry.

by Berry, Peter | Hansen, Al.

Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2002Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.7:93 AAHS] (1).

The GE Schenectady Flight Test Center [article] : (its origins and early history) / by Roger W. Story.

by Story, Roger W.

Source: AAHS journal. - Vol.47. no.3 (Fall), p.208-215.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2002Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.7:93 AAHS] (1).

Development of Napier Double Scorpion rocket engine [article] /c C. S. Batchelor.

by Batchelor, C. S.

Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2002. Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.7 JOURNAL] (1).

UK Manned Rocket Aircraft / by engineers and pilots involved with the UK Manned Rocket Aircraft.

Material type: book Book; Format: print ; Literary form: Not fiction Publisher: London : British Interplanetary Society, 2002Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.7 JOURNAL] (1).

The search-and-rescue conversion of the Boeing B-17 was a rare avis among flying fortresses [article] / Robert Guttman.

by Guttman, Robert.

Source: Aviation history. - Nov., p.20-22.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2002Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.7:93 AVIATION] (1).

Testing the military flyer at Fort Myer, 1908-1909 [article] / David R. Chenoweth.

by Chenoweth, David.

Source: Air power history. - Vol.49, no.4 (Winter), p.4-11.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2002Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.7:93 AIR] (1).

From infant technology to obsolescence [article] : the Wright Brothers' airplane in the U.S. Army Signal Corps, 1905-1915 / A. Timothy Warnock.

by Warnock, A. Timothy.

Source: Air power history. - Vol.49, no.4 (Winter), p.46-57.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2002Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.7:93 AIR] (1).

Les débuts de l'aviation polonaise.

Material type: book Book; Format: print ; Literary form: Not fiction Publisher: Roissy : Icare, 2002Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: F 629.7:93 ICARE] (1).

The dream of a princess [article] : although dogged by annoying powerplant delays and changing customer requirements / Bob Walthy describes how a small company on the Isle of Wight designed, built and flew the world's largest turbine-powered commercial flying boat fifty years ago.

by Wealthy, Bob.

Source: Propliner. - No.92 (Autumn), p.36-40.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2002Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.7:93 PROPLINER] (1).

The twins from Convair [article] / by Joop Gerritsma.

by Gerritsma, Joop.

Source: Captain's log: airline and airliner quarterly / World Airline Historical Society. - Issue 27/3 (Winter), p.5-8.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2002Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.7:93 CAPTAIN'S] (1).

Trans Florida Airlines [article] : famous for its tradition of motor racing, Daytona Beach is also home to one of Florida's last great piston-engine airline operations / Kevin S. Tanner.

by Tanner, Kevin S.

Source: Propliner. - No.93 (Winter), p.21-23.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2002Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.7:93 PROPLINER] (1).

Development history of the Beech 99 [article] / John W. Hazlet.

by Hazlet, John W.

Source: AAHS journal / American Aviation Historical Society. - Vol.47, no.4 (Winter), p.265-271.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2002Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 629.7:93 AAHS] (1).